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Podcast: John Wilson on 'Undercover Boss'

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PCT chats with John Wilson, president and COO, Orkin, about his recent experience on the popular CBS show.

| June 27, 2013

John Wilson, before and after his “undercover” transformation. Photos: CBS / Orkin.

ATLANTA - As PCT reported in the June issue, Orkin President and COO John Wilson recently appeared on the popular CBS television show "Undercover Boss."

“I have a great admiration and appreciation for our people and how hard they work,” Wilson said of the experience. “But what was great was getting out with our employees and giving them an opportunity to tell their story and tell what great things they do for their customers."

We recently caught up with Wilson to chat about the experience. Listen to the podcast here

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